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in washington, d.c. he feels it's okay for henry to be a swinger in new york and california but he should not be in washington. he wants us a white house to put him but rather to put him near some intelligent and interesting woman instead. [ female announcer ] there is a world of clean... inside the only 3 chamber laundry detergent. ♪ now, here you go, let it go ♪ ooh ♪ 'cause it's a bright light stain fighting, cleaning, and brightening... in tide pods. pop in. stand out. >>> good evening. i have requested this television time tonight to announce a major development in our efforts to build a lasting peace in the world. i sent dr. kissinger, my assistant for national security affairs, to peking during his recent world tour for the purpose of having talks with the premier. the announcement i shall now read is being issued simultaneously in peking and in the united states. premier, on behalf of the government of the people's republic of china, has extended an invitation to president nixon to visit china at an appropriate date before may, 1972. president nixon has accepted the invitati
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to washington, d.c., the truth about benghazi. ♪ >> good evening. i'm erin burnett. tonight, an "outfront" special investigation, the truth about benghazi. for nearly a year, america has been searching for answers about the deadly attacks that took the lives of four americans, including ambassador christopher stevens, information officer sean smith and two former navy s.e.a.l.s. that search for answers could not be any more relevant than tonight, as u.s. embassies and consulates around the world are closed or on high alert. prevents another attack means getting to the truth of what happened there. we go back to benghazi of where it all began to investigate why all the attacks happened. plus, john king gets to the bottom of the talking points and the evolving story coming out of washington in the days and weeks after the attacks. to presidential politics lead to a coverup? and what did the families of the four lost americans want most? you'll hear from them directly. but first, we go back to the hours before the attack. september 11. in america, a day of solemn remembrance. in 2012, a day
, two weeks ago this president said washington had taken the eye off the ball on the economy. and here he is with the first press conference in a long time and sure enough, he put his eye on something other than the cow moon. >> yeah, surprised myself he didn't open up with a real economic statement, as opposed to the nsa surveillance program. dana, what is the reaction on capitol hill? i know the lawmakers are in recess, on vacation, the president is going on vacation tomorrow but we saw what speaker bayner said, suggesting the president was concerned about saving face than defending the programs. >> that's right. look, i mean, this is kind of the one issue or few issues, i should say where republicans are supportive of the president. this nsa program they say has been helpful and they have been kind of his biggest cheerleaders on this while the democrats, many of the democrats, as jessica was just talking to, leading liberal democratic senators have been maybe the most vocal in terms of criticism. this changed that a little bit. but one thing i would say about peter king, one of the
for the march on washington and your son and this tragic case linked to a historic event and the next chapter of the civil rights union people are saying and address the critics saying this case was about self-defense and not civil rights? >> it's an honor to be here, first of all. it's an honor to be here and amongst other families that suffered a loss and did something positive with their loss. that's what we're trying to do with our foundation, the trayvon martin foundation. it's important that we link and connect together so that we can understand what happened, so we can move forward. it's very difficult to move forward, and i guess, if you're not actually sitting in that seat, it's very difficult for other people to understand. so it's easy for them to sit back and criticize what has happened because they are not involved. lord for bid if anything happens to their child, then it will be a totally different story. >> oprah went as far as compa comparing the killing of trayvon to the killing of emit teal. >> it has similarities. i think that mrs. teal had to go to extraordinary lengths to
sighting in northern california and southern oregon. the amber alert is expanded to washington state and idaho. authorities don't locate the car. >> wednesday night a major break. horse bike riders bought a couple -- >> they didn't fit very well. the expressions on their face. their demeanor, just didn't fit that country. they -- >> the following day, the riders called law enforcement. >> the minute i saw amber alert on television, i immediately pointed to my wife, i said that is the girl we seen on that mountain. >> a massive search begins. hundreds of local, state and federal law enforcement officials rush to the scene. >> one other thing about this area, it's dotted with rivers, creeks and lakes out in the middle of nowhere. if someone wanted to survive out here, it survived for months. >> on friday, august 9th, cnn breaks the news that dimaggio's blue versa is found under brush. the license plates removed. saturday august 10th, federal agents spot the campsite, the fbi believes the hoss tabtage a rescue team has delivered a two and a half hour walk from the camp. dimaggio fires a
a difference, because the military is basically sticking it to washington and has indicated it's prepared to take its own action irrespective what its allies or the international community has said in condemning what's happening. >> ari, president obama said that the u.s. doesn't take sides with any political figure or party in egypt. do you buy that? >> well, that's the right thing to say. we should not take sides. we have two bad sides to take a choice between. but we did take sides previously. remember, this is the president who said president mubarak must go. so we have weighed in to egyptian affairs previously, and now the consequences we are seeing. this is like the french revolution. we're going to see this shift back and forth between one pole to the other pole. in the case of the french revolution -- here in egypt, it's going to be the muslim brotherhood against the military. there's not much in the middle. the united states' role is going to have to be symbolic, because we don't have much influence in egypt. but at if end of the day, as much as we don't like the military, if las
to washington state and idaho. authorities don't locate the car. wednesday night, a major break. horseback riders spot a couple matching dimaggio and anderson deep in idaho's river of no return wilderness. >> they didn't fit very well. didn't fit the country. out of place completely. >> the following day after seeing amber alerts, the riders call law enforcement. >> the minute i seen amber alert on television, i immediately pointed to my wife and said, "that is the girl that we seen up on that mountain." >> reporter: a massive search begins. hundreds of local, state, and federal law enforcement officials rush to the scene. one of the things about this area, it is dotted with those rivers, creeks, and lakes. out in the mid of nowhere. if one wanted to survive out here could survive for months. >> reporter: cnn breaks the news that the blue versa is found under brush. the license plates removed. saturday, august 10th, federal agents spot the campsite. the fbi's elite hostage and rescue team is delivered a 2.5-hour walk from the camp. they sneak up, dimaggio considered armed and dangerous. ha
's using rural roads to get him in and around northern california or nevada or washington. there's an amber alert issued for all four of those states. >> thank you. of all the things that makes this story so troubling is the notion that the fugitive was once a friend and someone so close, someone so trusted could become the kind of monster that james dimaggio allegedly has become. brett anderson spoke about it earlier today with chris cuomo. >> explain the relationship between your family, your kids, their mother and mr. dimaggio. >> mr. dimaggio came into our lives about six months before hannah was born. he and i had a very close relationship over the years, and we've done many, many things throughout the years together, and he's basically became like part of our family. he was always around, and we always did stuff together as a family. sometimes we took the kids camping. but we were just very good friends. >> this is your buddy. you know him. was there ever anything about him that found suspicious. i know the easy answer is no because you wouldn't have had him around the family. but is
's your policy? >>> good evening. breaking news, a massacre in egypt and a bloody mess for washington. >>> later tonight, hannah anderson tells her story and why she's glad the man that kidnapped her is dead. >>> stop and frisk, the controversy continues as a war of words continues over a key question. is it plain old good policing or old-fashioned racial profiling. we'll call in philadelphia's police chief to referee. >>> we begin with breaking news, the war, yes, the war being fought tonight on the streets of egypt and the huge problem it's become for the obama administration. at this hour, states of emergencies in effect across the country and at least 278 people, mostly opposition members in cairo are dead. this is new video of egyptian security forces raiding one of two opposition camps this morning. they moved in this morning. you can hear shooting in the background as troops kick a wounded man around. a protester that escaped one of the camps said it's an open car. new video of muslim brotherhood fighters pushing an armored personnel carrier off the 6th of october bridge. unlik
. with washington talking war, we'll talk about what military action against syria would actually mean to american interests, american lives and millions of syrians living and dying under a dictator. >> and part two of america's worst charity when it comes to how much money they raise for dying children, and how little they actually spend on them. we're keeping them honest. the people that say not vaccinating their children is a matter of faith, putting everyone at risk of childhood diseases that we sometimes forget can kill. dr. sanjay gupta ways in. >>> we begin with syria. the drums of war growing louder but tough questions what kind of military action it might be. defense secretary hagel says american forces are in his words ready to go if ordered to strike. four navy distroyers have targets within range of missiles. a number of submarines believed to be in the mediterranean. they may hit if they continue to did nigh responsible outside damascus. the obama administration is promising to release new ease n intelligence shortly. president biden sounded 100% convinced. >> no undoubts that innocen
stood 50 years ago and speaks to the courage that carried them to washington. we'll speak to maya angelou. >>> we begin with syria and the breaking news. president obama tonight not saying if or when, but clearly making the case for a limited strike on syria. not, however, to take down the assad regime, only to punish it for using chemical weapons. he spoke today with pbs who asked him the key question right off the bat. >> how close are you to authorizing a military strike and can you assure the american people that by doing so, given iraq and afghanistan, that the united states will not get bogged down in yet another war halfway around the world? >> well, first of all, i have not made a decision. i have gotten options from our military, had extensive discussions with my national security team. we do not believe given the delivery systems using rockets that the opposition could have carried out these attacks. we have concluded that the syrian government, in fact, carried these out. and if that's so, there needs to be international consequences. >> as for what the consequences mig
of state. washington statements are unak e -- to complete their work nortd to get an objective op of what is happening from a u.s. military strike. >> their contention is they have the information in hand that could lead the president to make that decision. what they are waiting for is eeea go ahead and go id. that wouz come here to the pentagon and be september tout to the fleet would be the missiles being launched in the eastern med trarnian. all of this awaits the president's di sigs. they are making the case that they feel they have the int intelligence to back this. >> the rap ready for the united states. the and u.s. clearly dupt doesn't want to wait that wrong. to the troops on the earn mediterraneans. >> certainly not, i wouldn't think within hours or leds. tomahawk missile are programmed to two to a particular target. they hay be updates in the hours of min us in. all of this gepts on how they could go where they want them do to go. et will happen var quickly. >> thajs very much. >> joining me, the former chief weapons of mazz destruction. thanks for joining us. i want to get to
snowden whether it is the top officials in washington, people are feeling the heat. >> you lied to congress. why would we believe you are not lying now? >> he said he hasn't lied to congress. the senate judiciary held committee hearings and the national intelligence released documents on in the intelligence gathering. they included a briefing paper describing two familiar programs for logging phone and e-mail data. it says quote only a tiny fraction of such records are ever rerued is by nsa intelligence analysts. new information from snowden showed accessing such information is available to a wide range of analysts and simple and easy to get. detailed extensively in the guardian newspaper the program is called xkeyscore. an nsa analyst requires no prior authorization from any court to use it to conduct searches on americans. they have to fill in a box saying there is a foreign connection. in addition the article details how xkeyscore surgeries not just e-mail subject lines and addresses, but also the body of the message itself. social media activity and web browsing history. the
in washington or the director of the national security agency at a convention in las vegas, people don't trust you. >> the office of the director of intelligence released a batch of classified documents on the intelligence gathering operations, material not scheduled for declassification until 2038. they included 2011 justice department briefing paper describing two programs for logging phone and e-mail data. it says, quote, only a tiny fraction of such records are ever viewed by nsa intelligence analysts, but the new information from edward snowden shows accessing such information is available to a wide range of analysts and simple and easy to get detailed extensively. the program is called ex key score, an nsa analyst requires no previous analyst. they have to fill in a box stating there is some kind of foreign connection. in audition, the article details how ex key score searches e-mail subject lines and addresses but also the body of the message itself. they main sane access to ex key score and other search tools is limiteded. justin amash is a skeptic. he tried and nearly succeeded last w
. for some americans listening, it was just two weeks ago that this was a president saying washington had taken its eye off the ball on the economy. and here he is, his first press conference in a long time, and sure enough, he put his eye on something other than the economy. >> i was surprised myself he didn't open up with a real economics statement as opposed to the nsa surveillance program. dana, what's been the preaction on capitol hill? the president is heading on vacation tomorrow, but we did see what speaker boehner was saying, suggesting the president was more concerned about saving face than defending these programs. >> that's right. look, this has been kind of the one issue or one of the few issues i should say where republicans have been pretty supportive of the president. this nsa program they say has been helpful and they have been kind of his biggest cheerleaders on this, while the democrats, many of the democrats, as jessica was talking about, two leading liberal democrat senators have been the most vocal in terms of their criticism. this has changed that a little bit. one
>>> breaking news, a massacre in egypt and a bloody mess for washington. later tonight, hannah anderson tells the story of her abduction and why she is glad the man who kidnapped her, a close family friend, is dead. the controversy continues as new york and chicago start a war of words over a key question, is it plain old good policing or old-fashioned racial profiling wch he call in the philadelphia police chief to referee. we begin with breaking news. the war fought on the streets of egypt and the huge problem it has become for the obama administration. at this hour, state of emergency is in effect across the country and 278 people, mostly opposition members, mostly in cairo, are dead. this is video of egyptian security forces raiding one of the camps there. they moved in accompanied by tear gas and live ammunition. you can hear shooting in the background as troops kick a wounded man around. said a protester who escaped, it is an open war. the raids touching off battles. muslim brotherhood fighters pushing an armored personnel carrier off the bridge. it is a rallying point le
to ask you, lawn, there are a couple things you said to the washington post. i want more clarification on. you said the fbi asked you to travel to moscow to see your son awhile back. what -- you know, what did they expect you to do or hope you to do, and is that something you would still like to do at some point go there? >> i'm glad you asked that. i can't give you a date. it was sometime ago and they called and ask if i would be willing to get on a flight and go to moscow to see my son. and i was at home, and it was a complete surprise. i had no attorney at the time. i had done nothing wrong and i was adamant i would not have an attorney. and i thought about it and i wanted to say yes. and then i asked, are you sure my son is in moscow? they said no. i said wait, i'm not going to get on a flight and go to moscow to sit on a tack march to be an emotional tool to use against him. i want to first speak to my son. they said i'm not sure i can. i have buddy whose can set up communications anyplace on the planet. you know, all of the military services within a very short period of time. so th
at the cia. to be in washington as a politician, and to screw americans into the ceiling about a threat that's comparable to 9/11, i don't believe it. be concerned but don't over react. >> al qaeda was on its heels, i think that's the quote. do you believe that's still the case? is one interpretation, that peter -- one idea that peter forwarded, is that this is a sign of desperation on the part of al qaeda central, trying to tell al qaeda to do something? is that your read on it? >> my read is that al qaeda is on a long decline, americans perspective of time is short. we measure time in this country in terms of months, years. al qaeda, when i talked to people debriefing al qaeda detainees. al qaeda talks about the decline in terms of centuries. there will be episodic threats that we're seeing today. we should not confuse that, though, with the resurgence of the al qaeda organization. >> the white house wouldn't say whether the u.s. homeland was a potential target. was that out of an abundance of caution? or wouldn't we be seeing amped up security here if that's the case in. >> i think so, th
is basically sticking it to washington and as indicated it's prepared to take it's own action irrespectivetive of what it's allies or the international community has said in condemning what happened in the last week. >> president obama said today in part that the u.s. doesn't take sides with a party of political figure in egypt. do you buy that? >> that's the right thing to say and we should not take sides. we have two bad sides to take a choice between but took sides previously. this is the president that said president mubarak must go. we weighed in previously, just two years ago and now consequences not of what we did but egyptians are going through on on ourselves and the rest of the world. this is like the french revolution. this will shift back and forth between one poll and another poll. the monarchy against the revolutionaries here in egypt, the muslim brotherhood against the military. there is not much in the middle. and that is, i think, the reality of dealing with egypt. the united states role has to be symbolic because we don't have much influence. a difficult path for any presiden
in washington state. subjects smoke marijuana and then drove. one was a daily medical marijuana smoker and another an infrequent weekend smoker. >> relaxed and buzzed. >> the more the novice user smoked, the more trouble behind the wheel. >> watch yourself. watch yourself. >> but interestingly, the habitual smoker didn't have as much trouble. >> i wouldn't pull her off the road, no. not yet. >> and that's something i witnessed firsthand driving around with 19-year-old chaz moore. the day that i spent with him, he had been smoking all day long. >> do you feel impaired at all? >> no, i don't. i feel normal. >> turns out when you test people who have a lot of experience with cannabis, you don't see many disruptions, but if you test people who have sort of limited history with cannabis, you can see some clear pronounced disruptions. >> of course, no one thinks that driving when using marijuana is a good idea, but what scientists can't answer is if there is a safe legal limit and people who use marijuana daily as a medicine should be able to drive. how impaired are they? what is more clear,
no significant change. but each time washington makes hint at this, we hear from arab backers who quite explicitly said today that if. eu or u.s. cut any of their aid to egypt, they will make up the difference and that, of course, is going to insul lawsuit for any action but part of the relationship is about prestige. >> amidst all of this turmoil, has there been a lot of reaction or any reaction to the idea that hosni mubarak would be a free man any day now? >> reporter: that came from his lawyer. it was his lawyer saying as many attorneys would do for their client, that he thinks he can be out in a few weeks because the corruption charges against him were dropped. there's still accusations that he committed violence in 2011. we saw a lot of noise in the state media about potential for him to be released but in reality that's far off. this is a distraction from the problems on the street and theed a the administration really has to get the rein and potentially making them seen as more viable. >> nick paton walsh, thank you. >>> susan hendricks is here with the 360 bulletin. susan? >> t
on orders from washington. the u.s., glen, said they got a heads up that david might be detained, but they have said, you know, they are not the ones behind it, that this was a law enforcement matter in the uk. do you buy that? his answer next. let me know what you think. follow me at anderson cooper on twitter. >>> a gunman shows up at an atlanta elementary school and how everyone made it out alive. with so much competition, finding the right job is never easy. but with the nation's largest alumni network, including those in key hiring positions, university of phoenix can help connect you to a world of opportunity. the math of retirement is different today.ek. money has to last longer. i don't want to pour over pie charts all day. i want to travel, and i want the income to do it. ishares incomes etfs. low cost and diversified. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus, which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before inv
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disgusting and if you -- and there was a "washington post" article ten years ago and my sister corroborates she went through the same thing and we talked about it the day after, and this happened often. and we were terrified of our mother. we were terrified of her. with my mother, there was a lot of abuse with my adoptive mother. >> on the day you decided you were going to kill them, you were playing various musical records. the one that was key to this was a song called let the bodies hit the floor, a song called bodies. what was going through your head as you heard that music? ♪ let the bodies hit the floor, let the bodies hit the floor ♪ >> i had been listening to the song for a year non-stop and i had so much hate and rage inside of me, i knew it was leading to murder. so the song "bodies" from "drowning pool" was similar to the video games, made me feel better when i listened to it, and i would have these constant evil hateful thoughts running through my mind. >> there is some evidence jared loughner who shot gabby giffords and others listened to that song before committing appalli
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